Curb Your Enthusiasm: Season 5, Episode 7

The Seder (13 Nov. 2005)

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A sex offender (Rob Corddry) moves into the neighborhood, and becomes friends with Larry. Larry also suspects that Dr. Mark is stealing his newspaper, after his neighbor Ethel claims she saw him take it. Tension mounts when all of these people are guests at Larry's Passover Seder.

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A sex offender (Rob Corddry) moves into the neighborhood, and becomes friends with Larry. Larry also suspects that Dr. Mark is stealing his newspaper, after his neighbor Ethel claims she saw him take it. Tension mounts when all of these people are guests at Larry's Passover Seder.

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The "Theory of 77" advanced by Bush admirer Len Dunkel states that every 77 years there is a great president: Washington, Lincoln, Franklin D. Roosevelt and George W. Bush. These four presidents, however, weren't in office every 77 years. The theory would apply to them if the number of years were 72 (1789, 1861, 1933, 2005) or 73 (1789, 1862, 1935, 2008), though the 72 year figure was the only viable one at the time this episode was released. See more »

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